Tertiary Gene: Gembond
A scroll that will change the tertiary gene of one dragon to Gembond. This item can only be used once and will disappear after it has been applied.
Obtained Via Edit
: can be purchased in the Specialty section of the Marketplace for 200,000 Marketplace
Gembond gene covers a dragon in chiseled, clinging rocks. The deposits are distributed differently depending on breed and sex.
Watermelon Gembond on a male Bogsneak Orca Gembond on a female Bogsneak Ginger Gembond on a male Coatl Camo Gembond on a female Coatl Purple Gembond on a male Fae Midnight Gembond on a female Fae Garnet Gembond on a male Guardian Gold Gembond on a female Guardian Lapis Gembond on a male Imperial Grey Gembond on a female Imperial Spring Gembond on a male Mirror Sunhine Gembond on a female Mirror Pthalo Gembond on a male Nocturne Raspberry Gembond on a female Nocturne Stone Gembond on a male Pearlcatcher Turqoise Gembond on a female Pearlcatcher Flaxen Gembond on a male Ridgeback Peridot Gembond on a female Ridgeback Copper Gembond on a male Skydancer Pearl Gembond on a female Skydancer Spearmint Gembond on a male Snapper Charcoal Gembond on a female Snapper Radioactive Gembond on a male Spiral Orchid Gembond on a female Spiral Robin Gembond on a male Tundra Blush Gembond on a female Tundra White Gembond on a male Wildclaw Tarnish Gembond on a female Wildclaw
Gembond was the first tertiary gene obtainable through the treasure Marketplace.
On some breeds, Gembond breaks the dragon's lineart (like Spines or Firefly), and may show from underneath a skin/accent.
The venom of Onyx Cobras can cause the onset of Gembond in dragons.
It is typically more difficult for a dragon with Gembond to fly. However, it also provides additional protection, making it more difficult to penetrate their hide in combat; they may not be able to fly as well, but that doesn't make them an easy target.
Gembond was released on June 10th, 2013, two days after the site officially launched.
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